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Wrong Price On The Purchase Order For Price List Line Type 'Price Break Header' Even after Patch 9141140 is Applied (Doc ID 1537031.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 12.1 and later
Oracle Purchasing - Version 12.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.1.3 version, Pricing Engine

On 12.1 when trying to using advance pricing, sourcing, Global Blanket Purchase Agreement (GBPA) to create a Purchase Order and price defaulting from the price list this is not working when Line Type used on the price list is "Price Break Header".

When a list price with line type = "Price List Line" is used price is defaulting correctly.

Expect the price to come from the price list, even with using price breaks on the price list.

Appears to be the same issue as addressed through <Note 1110213.1> - Price does not Default Correctly on Purchase Orders when Price List "Line Type" is "Price Break Header"
which provided fixed file version:QPXGPREB.pls version 120.70.12010000.23 through <Patch 9141140>
Customer file versions are:
QP_PREQ_GRP QPXGPRES.pls 120.5.12010000.7 SPEC VALID
QP_PREQ_GRP QPXGPREB.pls 120.70.12010000.40 BODY VALID

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
  Steps to reproduce
  1.Create GBPA
  2. For the item, supplier, supplier site create ASL
  3. Create Sourcing rule
  4. Assign sourcing rule to an assignment set
  5. Create list price with line type = Price Break Header
  6. On Price Breaks form enter for item XXXXXX
  Item quantity 0 -100, unit price = 10
  Item quantity 100 - , unit price = 20
  7. Create a purchase order with mention supplier and site
  8. Enter the item > price defaulting to 230 (from the agreement rather than the price list)

The issue has the following business impact:
Cannot use price breaks with global pricing agreements.




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